• In his first year with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki, Cameron battled injuries but wouldn't let that hold him back from good performances on the track. He grabbed a podium finish at the second Salt Lake City round, following it up with a fourth at the next round. He put together decent results in Pro Motocross, earning a top finish of fourth during the nine round season.
• Last season, Cameron was able to showcase his speed as he was a consistent finisher in the top 10. He eventually would earn six top-10 finishes, and then his first podium of third at the Las Vegas Showdown. After not racing the first three rounds, he bounced back to finish six top-10 finishes in the Pro Motocross championship.
• Once again Cameron was selected to race the 250SX Eastern Regional series, breaking into the top 10 in Tampa, Florida but was unable to finish out the season. He returned to racing part way through the Pro Motocross season, eventually breaking into the top 10 at Unadilla with a ninth.
• Cameron makes his professional debut this year, competing in the 250SX Eastern Regional series and tallying up three top-10 finishes. After starting the Pro Motocross series 16th overall at Hangtown, his season was cut short with injury.